it's also an NRA T-Shirt, not his own speech, it's not his speech to be free. the NRA shirt expresses the speech of the NRA, if he has of made his own shirt with "NRA is great" then that is his own free speech or freedom of expression.
This is completely, stunningly, mind-bogglingly wrong.
With an argument that sloppy and idiotic, you must be a lawyer . . .
If you believe government is going to save you from the "wealthy elite and multinational corporations", you haven't been paying much attention to what organization is creating them (hint: it's the government).
"But if we don't give bigger and bigger weapons to the mafia thugs, who's going to save us from the mafia don??"
Yeah, good luck with that.
(Also, as an an-cap myself, let me say that "state rights" is not a euphemism for anarcho-capitalism. Ron Paul is a minarchist\constitutionalist. AnCaps do not believe in states or constitutions.)
Doesn't this violate the 6th amendment where one has the right to face one's accuser and question them in court? You can't question a machine as a witness.
No, because the machine isn't accusing you. If you don't pay your automated ticket you will be issued a uniform traffic citation (usually for a greater amount) signed by an officer who will be accusing you, using the camera as evidence.